Laura A. Ogden
Professor of Anthropology
In the broadest sense, I am interested in understanding the politics of environmental change and conservation. My work contributes to theoretical discussions in political ecology, environmental anthropology, as well as post-humanist philosophy. I have conducted ethnographic research in the Florida Everglades, with urban communities in the United States, and currently, I am working on a long-term project in Tierra del Fuego, Chile. My research in Tierra del Fuego explores the ways introduced species are remaking the landscape and the ethics of living and dying in a changing world.
The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding
- PhD, 2002, University of Florida
- M.A., 1994, University of Florida
- B.A., 1990, University of North Carolina